Clothes make the man, just as monocles make the millionaire and swimming pools full of monocles make the billionaire. Dress for success with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $99 for two custom shirts (a $198 value)
- $179 for four custom shirts (a $396 value)
- $449 for a custom men’s two-piece suit (a $1,199 value)
- $499 for a custom men’s two-piece suit and two custom men’s shirts (a $1,397 value)
Customers travel to one of BookATailor’s two locations, where styling geniuses take measurements and discuss both style and fabric choice. Suits come from the Superior Collections, which tailors make with Super 120s wool. They customize each shirt to the customer’s specifications and monogram it with his initials. An additional 20% fee applies to chest measurements of 48 inches or more and waist measurements of 40 inches or more.
The tailors who handcraft BookATailor high-end menswear aren't merely professional clothiers—they're also models. Bringing along a variety of high-quality fabrics woven in Italy and England, these fashionable men and women travel to each client's place of work; clients can also specify which gender they prefer in their tailor. Once there, the tailor takes complete measurements and helps clients choose the right fabric for their suit, shirt, or jacket. Harnessing their specialized knowledge of upscale clothing and construction, they update their clients on the current styles as they take down a list of specifications—including button color and pocket type—to create fully customized clothing that accurately represents their client's style. They also stitch together tuxedos, overcoats, and footed pajamas to keep their clients looking sharp for all occasions and weather.
“If you're unfamiliar with customizing a suit, as I was, be sure to read up on it a bit first. You will be presented with many choices for every aspect of the suit,...”
“If you're unfamiliar with customizing a suit, as I was, be sure to read up on it a bit first. You will be presented with many choices for every aspect of the suit, and while they are happy to answer questions, they can only due so for technical ones.”